The dust that followed the premiere of Google’s latest smartphones has already settled, but the Pixel 8 Pro is back in the spotlight thanks to a camera test published by the well-known benchmark DxOMark. The flagship from the Mountain View giant achieved an excellent result, but failed to outperform the best iPhones.
What cameras does the Google Pixel 8 Pro have?
The top smartphone from the California-based company features a very powerful camera configuration on the back panel. The main camera has a 1 / 1.31-inch matrix with a resolution of 50 megapixels, 1.2 µm pixels, an aperture of f / 1.68 and a viewing angle of 82 degrees. The second is a 48-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera with a 125.5-degree viewing angle with 0.8µm pixels and an f/1.95 aperture. The third is a telephoto lens with a 48 Mpix sensor, 0.7 μm pixels, f/2.8 aperture, 21.8-degree viewing angle, 5x optical zoom and 30x Super Res Zoom.
The main camera is supported by a multi-zone LDAF (laser autofocus) as well as a spectrum and flash sensor. In addition, the main camera (wide-angle) and telephoto lens have optical and electronic image stabilization. The unit can record video at up to 4K resolution at 60 frames per second.
Google Pixel 8 Pro camera tested successfully
The final rating for the Pixel 8 Pro’s rear camera, given by DxOMark, is 153 points. This places it in fourth place in the DxOMark smartphone rankings. On an equal footing With Oppo Find X6 Pro. The iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro came at the top, each with 154 points, while number one is the Huawei P60 Pro with 156 points, which has held this position since May 2023.
However, the Google Pixel 8 Pro received top scores for the ultra-wide-angle camera (119 points) and outdoor photos in bright light (≥1000 lux; 172 points), but that wasn’t enough to move higher in DxOMark. classification.
Strengths include nice colors in all lighting conditions in both photos and videos, nice and accurate skin tones in all lighting conditions, fast and accurate autofocus in both photos and videos, accurate overall subject exposure in both videos and photos, and good detail When zooming in/out. settings and macro images, effectively stabilizing in most lighting conditions.
On the other hand, there was an intermittent loss of fine detail, loss of local texture, segmentation errors in bokeh mode, and differences in sharpness between video frames. Moreover Attention was paidThere may be temporary noise when recording videos in low light conditions.
However, we realize that not everyone believes in DxOMark, so you’ll probably be happy to hear that Kasia is already testing the Google Pixel 8 Pro for you, so you can expect a review of it on Tabletowo.pl!
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